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Mr.Bean issues a warning regarding an Indonesian Bean!

Submitted by on June 11, 2012 – 11:58 pmNo Comment |



Fans of the much loved Mr. Bean have been warned on the official Facebook page of Mr. Bean that they should be aware of an Indonesian film that goes by the name of ‘Mr. Bean Possessed by D.P.’, which in fact has nothing to do with the original Mr.Bean, and says that they shouldn’t be disappointed hence with the movie!

‘Mr Bean’, has been played in the film by an unknown British actor. The makers of the film have however made it clear that they never had any intention to pass ‘Mr. Bean Possessed by D.P.’ as a ‘Mr. Bean’ film!

The original Mr. Bean has millions of fans across the world. Based on a character that was originally developed by Rowan Atkinson, who plays Bean while he was studying for his master’s degree at Oxford, the series follows the antics of Mr. Bean, described by Atkinson as “a child in a grown man’s body”, and his attempts to arrive at solutions that often end up in chaos!



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